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RTU560

Data Sheet Analog Input 23AE23



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Analog Input 23AE23

Application
The 23AE23 board records up to 8 analog meas-
ured values. The 23AE23 board allows connection
of all typical measured value ranges.
It can be configured for the following measure-
ment ranges by setting switches and jumpers:
2 mA
5 mA
10 mA
20 mA
40 mA
2 V DC
0 ... + 20 V DC
Other effective ranges and live zero signals be-
come generated out of these ranges through con-
version of the communication unit (CMU).

Characteristics
Basic checks and computing intensive, cyclical
processing functions will already be done on the
board and remove therefore the burden from the
central unit. Relevant changes transmits the board
as event via the peripheral bus.
The 8 differential inputs are not potentially isolated
against the RTU560 power supply.
Unipolar or bipolar values resolves the 23AE23
into 4096 steps (12 bit plus sign) for 100 % of the
measuring signal.
The differential inputs are protected against static
and dynamic over-voltages by a protection circuit.
A low-pass filter suppresses non line frequency ac
disturbance.

The AD-converter, operating with the sigma-delta
method scans with a higher resolution and has
additional algorithms for a high suppression of line
frequency and line harmonics interference voltag-
es. Even for a deviation of 10 % of the line fre-
quency there is still given a suppression of > 45
dB. The internal high resolution allows it to scan
all measuring ranges (exception: 2 V DC (11 bit
+sign)) with the same resolution (12 bit + sign) on
one board. A 9th channel is used for automatic
zero calibration.


Fig. 1: Block diagram
Analog input board 23AE23
The analog input board 23AE23 can carry out the
following processing functions on the measured
values:
Zero point monitoring
Switch-over recognition
Smoothing
Threshold value monitoring on absolute val-
ue or with accumulation and periodic back-
ground transmission.
Measuring range and line frequency are easily to
configure by switch registers respectively jumpers.
EA11
EA10
EA80
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EA81
A/D-converter
Multiplexer
Connection:
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Input circuit
Input circuit
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RTU560

Data Sheet Analog Input 23AE23

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The micro controller needs these configurations
parameters to setup the AD-converter.

Line frequency [Hz]
Conversion period
per channel
[ms]
Scan cycle per
board [ms]
60
50
16,6
62,5
72,5
202,5
500
580
1620
The micro controller controls the A/D converter
and executes all of the processing functions of the
configured measured values within the conversion
time. Furthermore the micro controller is respon-
sible for interactive communication with the
RTU560 system bus. All configuration characteris-
tics and processing parameters are downloaded
from the CMU via the RTU system bus.
During initialization and operation the board car-
ries out a number of tests. If a fault occurs it is re-
ported to the CMU. All fault conditions impairing
the function of the board are displayed as com-
mon fault signal with a light emitting diode (ST) on
the front panel. A failure of the board is detected
by the CMU.
The board has a serial connection to the RTU560
peripheral bus. It cant be used in a basic subrack
of a RTU232 (parallel bus).





RTU560

Data Sheet Analog Input 23AE23

Doc.-No. 1KGT 150 573 V004 1 3
Technical Data
In addition to the RTU560 general technical data,
the following applies:
Input channels
Inputs 8 differential inputs
Measuring
ranges
2 mA
5 mA
10 mA
20 mA
40 mA
2 V DC / 0 20 V DC
Shunt / impedance 50 at 40 and 20 mA
150 at 10 to 2 mA
110 k at 2 V and 20 V DC
Continuous load
without destruction
max. 80 mA
for ranges 40 and 20 mA,
max. 40 mA
for ranges 10/5 to 2 mA,
max. 38 V / max. 0.5 mA
for ranges 2 and 20 V DC
AD converter
resolution:
24 bit
Resolution: 12 bit + sign = 100%,
all ranges except 2 V DC:
11 bit + sign for 2 V DC
Common mode
voltage
Function limit
typ. 8 V DC
Absolute maximum rating
150 V DC.
Common mode rejection
at 0 ... 50 Hz
> 70 dB at +25 C
> 60 dB at 0 ... +25C
Line frequency
interference
suppression
> 100 dB for f
N
2%
> 45 dB for f
N
10%
Line frequency (f
N
): 16.6, 50 or 60 Hz
Error on delivery: 0.1 %
0.2 % for 2 V DC
Linearity error: 0.1 %
Temperature drift: 100 ppm/K (0...70 C)
Power Supply
Supply: 5V / 190 mA
Mechanical Layout
Printed circuit
board
3HE, Euro-card format
(160 x 100 mm)
Front panel: 4R, 1 slot (20 mm)
Weight: approx. 0.3 kg
Connection Type
Connector: indirect 48 pole, F DIN 41612
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Electrostatic dis-
charge Immunity
IEC 61000-4-2
(level 3)
6 kV Contact
8 kV Air

Performance criteria A
Radiated Radio-
Frequency Electro-
magnetic Field Im-
munity Test
IEC 61000-4-3
(level 3)
10 V/m

Performance criteria A
Immunity to Electri-
cal Fast Transient
IEC 61000-4-4
(level 3)
2 kV

Performance criteria A
Surge Immunity Test
IEC 61000-4-5
(level 3)
2 kV

Performance criteria A
Immunity to Con-
ducted Disturb-
ances, induced by
Radio-Frequency
IEC 61000-4-6
(level 3)
10 V

Performance criteria A
Environmental Conditions
Temperature: -10 ... 70 C
Relative humidity: 5 ... 95 %
(non condensing)
RTU560

Data Sheet Analog Input 23AE23

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Ordering Information
Front plate: Plastic light beige
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